Agile and Lean are built on a foundation of continuous improvement: You need to inspect, learn from and adapt your performance to keep improving. Enhancing performance begins with having accurate, comprehensive data. The multitenant architecture of CA Agile Central is uniquely positioned to provide access to anonymized industry benchmarking data from tens of thousands of agile teams.
CA Agile Central Insights capabilities, part of a CA Agile Central Unlimited Edition subscription, provide performance metrics and benchmarking data for individual teams, teams of teams and even whole business units, departments and organizations.
Contemporary internet threats are sophisticated and adaptable, they continuously change their complexion to evade security defenses. Traditional rigid, deterministic, rule-based security research are becoming less effective. Security research approaches employing data science methods to implement anomalies-based analysis across very large volumes of anonymized data are now essential.
This paper will:
• Briefly cover security research challenges in today’s threat landscape
• Explain why DNS resolution data is a rich resource for security research
• Describe how Akamai teams use DNS data and data science to create better threat intelligence
• Discuss improvements in threat coverage, accuracy, and responsiveness to today’s agile threats
The GDPR is set to have wide-ranging implications for the type of data which can be used in non-production environments. Organizations will need to understand exactly what data they have and who’s using it, and must be able to restrict its use to tasks for which consent has been given.
A big part of GDPR compliance will focus on how data is collected going forward. But a substantial emphasis will fall on the data businesses already hold. With many mainframes containing generations-old data, a manual data audit is completely unrealistic. That’s where CA comes in. CA Data Content Discovery enables organizations to find, classify and protect mission essential mainframe data—three valuable steps toward achieving GDPR compliance.
Watch this webinar to learn how Tr?v Insurance Solutions, an insurance agency licensed to sell on-demand property and casualty insurance products, adopted DgSecure on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to anonymize production data to help comply with GDPR and other data privacy regulations. The solution helps Tr?v meet privacy standards while enabling its analytics teams to use data to better serve its clients.
Over 90% of organizations believe that the GDPR will impact the way they collect, use and process personal data.
It’s one of the biggest changes to hit the digital privacy landscape in 20 years. And, in May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will introduce maximum fines of €20 million for non-compliance.
The key tenets of protecting data privacy are: knowing where your data resides, understanding who has access to the data and what are they doing with it, and knowing how the data is being used internally that may result in non-compliance. Additionally, most compliance projects are major, company-wide initiatives and must be managed properly to meet deadlines and keep costs in check.
Good analysis and benchmarking of hotline data helps organizations answer crucial questions about their ethics and compliance program, including:
• Does our culture support employees who raise concerns?
• Are our communications with employees reaching the intended audiences and having the desired effect?
• Are our investigations thorough and effective?
• Do we need more training?
• Do we need to review or update our policies?
• Do employees know about our reporting channels?
Comparing internal data year over year to help answer these questions is important. But getting a broader perspective on how your performance matches up to industry norms is critical.
To help, each year NAVEX Global takes anonymized data collected through our hotline and incident management systems and creates this report.
For each benchmark provided in this report, you will find:
• A description of the benchmark
• Instructions on how to calculate the benchmark
• 2016 combined data for all industries in the N
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be upon us on May 25th 2018, and contrary to enduring public opinion, Brexit won’t make any difference. The GDPR comes in response to global shuffling of privacy laws to meet the growing demands of cloud, data security and other technological needs. The US Safe Harbor framework has been replaced with Privacy Shield, and on top of this is the e-Privacy Regulation, which takes specific interest in electronic communications, cookies for tracking user behaviour online, and other issues around personal data and consent.